I Want To Put A Driveway Over Canal Land To Access My Property. May I Do This?
Yes, if it does not interfere with drainage, or the access of others etc. Send the details, including a map, of your project to the Canal Real Estate staff. If your project is approved we will contact you to proceed with a lease of the property. This same procedure applies for utilities (pipe lines phone/electric).
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